German History Article Prize
Each year German History's editorial board awards a prize for the best article published in the journal. The prize is intended to showcase outstanding work from scholars of German history whatever their career stage, and the winner will be invited to receive their award at the annual meeting of the German History Society in September. The prize is worth £500, with an additional £250 of books provided by OUP. Oxford Journals makes the prize-winning articles freely available online.
German History is pleased to announce the winner of the prize for the best article published in the journal during 2016:
Click below to view winning articles from previous years:
Visual Music: Jazz, Synaesthesia and the History of the Senses in the Weimar Republic
by Michael J. Schmidt
A Sonderweg through Eastern Europe? The Varieties of German Rule in Poland during the Two World Wars
by Winson Chu, Jesse Kauffman, and Michael Meng
The Sense of the Past in Reformation Germany: Part I
The Sense of the Past in Reformation Germany: Part II
by C. Scott Dixon
‘Better Papist than Calvinist’: Art and Identity in Later Lutheran Germany
by Bridget Heal
Enjoy free access to all prize-winning articles.